Windows 10 Fall Creators Update SDK launched

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update SDK launched

"Windows 10 was designed from ground up for spatial interactions and the next wave in this journey is Windows Mixed Reality, uniting the digital and real world to create a rich, immersive world". Turns out the update is creating problems for some machines that are running the latest Windows 10 Creators Update.

This morning, we had a really fun 300-level session where all of us got on stage and had a chance to engage in conversation with you. Microsoft's workaround for the time being is to go into the system BIOS and disable UCSI prior to applying the update. You can see Microsoft realized after the November Update that naming the releases after months doesn't make much sense.

Obviously the company will continue to nurse its desktop, enterprise and cloud platforms, while hoping to avoid the stale fate of companies like IBM, which has suffered through 19 consecutive quarters of declining revenues.

If you're running the older version of Windows 10, you should consider moving. "But building new features/hw aren't the focus".

Today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16299 for PC to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring only (not Skip Ahead).

Microsoft provides at least 10 years of support for its productivity suites, split into two distinct types. It's a big move, and there are sure to be some Windows Phone die-hards out there who will lament the loss of their favored mobile operating system but it wasn't a total shock. The Delta Updates, on the other hand, were just designed for third-party independent software vendors (ISVs) that haven't implemented support for Express Updates. It received three major updates: Service Pack 1 (in December 2007), Service Pack 2 (in April 2009), and Service Pack 3 (in October 2011). The Windows zero day vulnerability is a memory corruption vulnerability in Microsoft Office (CVE-2017-11826). Microsoft also issued a fix for a Windows DNS vulnerability that could allow a remote attacker to gain access to a system and execute malicious code on Windows clients or Windows Server installations. The company never confirmed as to when the browser will be migrated to the Microsoft Store, it was supposed to arrive soon and since then Microsoft hasn't revealed any details about its plan.